Tropical fish in WA Kimberley facing extinction from climate change, researchers say

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Entire species of tropical fish could be wiped out by climate change, according to a research team that has spent months carrying out a study in Western Australia's north. The team from the University of Melbourne is looking at how sensitive freshwater species are to small increases in water temperatures. PhD student Matthew Le Feuvre said the results were cause for concern. "We're finding a lot of species are living potentially very close to their maximum thermal limit, so these species......

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